Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1938
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lAQB TEN SWEA CITYAN MARRIED TO RUTHVEN GIRL 4 p. July 26—At church at Nelson became the „„ i vr ;:"•" Kess 'er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesaler here the ceremony being performed bv' the Ruthven pastor. The bride was dressed in white silk net over heavy white satin, and she wore a veil and carried a bouquet of tea roses and K098UTM COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Wn-tnn-ynns Meet Tucsdnj- Sight— The Wa-tan-ye club met for a >ot luck supper Tuesday evening Lula Hiienhold's, and members were seated at five small tables on •he south porch. Fourteen mom- >ei-s attended, and three guests: Rose ° Cn ' lolU!ls there ere Lanippe, for- mem- - - 0ertrude B «- vI °'' «»d Gcr- the women did embroidery work, ihe breakfast consisted of fruit cookies, wafers nnd d on small tables vases of sweet peas. Jfiioml Club Meets Friday— Mrs. Myron Ludwlg entertained the Naomi Circle Friday, with »„„,-„ ... attendance. SCHOOL FOR LU VERNE IS UNDER WAY Lu Verne, July SB—Work began Doan , °»«ee Monday on the new to he 1 - . lilies-of- . ^ T ™ e two gl,-l s last I hostesses were MesdamPs -™ Ie . v - Her bridesmaid, Dar- L nt Bile's, and Miss Lund and Victor J-< n ,nv' v •'««>• a new store. clerk the - . program was given!-.__ _ elVUU . • w evnn • nnr absentees I net sool, Roger Burgess clarinet lene Kessler, wore white net over blue, and carried a mixed bouquet An only sister of the bride. Mrs.' Alfred Ostsrgaard, was matron of : ^ c " !'".ft'l ,* 1 ™:. s «"ders, who isjJuanita Bilsb honor and was gowned in robin's i ,,,, S iu Wlsc °nsin, sent pic-L, ,, *!Ird bl V aCe - V, Ule ^"V'otter-,^' fZL, 1 ' 0 ^'^ «'?• to *> W- "^Party in Country- gaard, flower girl, \\-ore a : of creamy organdy, and shoU sno1 : and Anna. Buss, i sol o, Jean Guderiaii-" Sanders, who isjJuanita Bilsborough." volin solo S0l °' | chale of ° f business | tv ft t the country ' have! Ge °i'ge Scuffham S atlM'-s. ~ (and Carnation club of'the Degree ""' '—' - benefit bridge par- home ' , ------- " ifvik/OLCr \V II lunc served. Syl Yj a PUp Gunn h ' a Presented 23 T.nUieran l>i c ,,ic j s jr c l d _ A* ,* ---""••' "i.^tiuu.), <U1U J\.eil- nracfrlniit neth Ostergnard, ring-beraer wore:,,, f 'T white. ^uiti, >\01 e j meeting. It was decided The bridegroom was attended bv' n Vf Xt meetin S on a collegemate, Joseph EPlova, I ls °" a hote1 ' 'iKfcitnl by . the ceremony a recep-1 tion was held <u the home of the ,,f bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf:].,, Nelson, and :.!5 relatives and ' t 'hb friends attended. The newlyweds !,,,L " then departed on their honeymoon. I ,,f Tim no , • - --. which was to include the ' Black' wn= vLn t^'^'i thls yeal '' andj^s served at the floral "hall" Hills. *""• |^ as Y" atte "ded. Taking part' Wfl « followed by games for Mr. and Mrs. Kessler will be at Cr-i'h ac( \ l . 1 . eline Bl 'own, LaVonne children. home after August 15 in an apa-t- Fnii/ T ,".'? mia Scanlan, Joank- n , ment on Oakland nvo MI,,,.^,,,, ! „', J .°° l Herbst, Dorothy Mill-! 1>0 U)UIltrv Club I'arty— A woman's Country club of Mrs, evening. a : was -v — .,..*> no, uuuiuiuii 10 me schoolhouse—a gymnasium and an auditorium. Thorwald Thoreson, Forest City, was architect, and the work is under supervision of H R. Severs, Mason City, area director for the WPA. Removing play- ., ground equipment, moving shrub- Ule , m> Thc ° bery. and taking down an old' we "' due to wooden gymnasium were first on the program. Forty n , e n are ox- pected on the job by this week l burs day. Two Bands Exchange Help- Several members of the Lu Verne band have been accompany'"" ™""~ Peterson when he goes Andrew Hansen suffered n broken bone above his right ankle when he stepped into a hole while he was recently making hay. Don-, tor Hamstreet, Titonka, put the ankle into a cast. Mrs, Ruth Sparks spent last week Wednesday night with Mrs. Uobison at Algona. She also visited her cousin, Mrs. Albert Ogron. neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young drove to Clear Lake for Sunday aiid brought home their daughter Wanda, who had visited at an uncle's there. Blood Transfusion * OP fe rwit>lt Girl Corwlth, July 26—Alberta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Len 0. Mitch-!"}' lu " ell, is aerlouBly S lck at Mercy hos- j fc™ ^gJifls, OI '" Uf "'. Sho """"""" c nr, hn H°w'5 ld ^° lead band Wednesday night and have piano recital afternoon begi An annual First Lutheran Sun school and church picnc was w-mi. was *v, th lis. -— .~ . , -«f, U^IL .-u m iill tl [Jill Ion Oakland ave., Minnenpo- Sh "' ley Webei> Xjlophonist Plays IVith Hand— Jean Nelson, Forest City, is «l ' ^ " "^vjiiigj IXUU guest (his weekatGeo. K.'NelsoVsv,^'", 6 ^»» .Scanjan, Louise ^^,^^^-»TuS e :s Clement, Ro- Ann Clement, , . . Chat-line [saiine Reding, Ruth Wad- - Hul1 ' Meredith Ra- Miss Nelson, who rated superior , leigh ' p atr..._ _„.,, 1UB1 on the xylophone in a state music! if;,' , ™ a Joh »son, Harriet Keith contest last year, will play with:^" 1 .?- 1 *'em, Betty Scanlan, and the Swea City and Armstrong' w m n ,l f Sol ' se , nsen ' Mrs. Gunu bands m a concert at Estherville j,,, in l ? an °ther group of her thio WPO!.- Ti,,,,, t .,i.,,. .,,_,. t , | Pupils in a »».. o V^WU1H,('V t. luncheon scheduled for afternc poned, ,. - "" -i.*v*»_. ut triluUEll Tpci ervations. A number of the women are on vacations, and others this week Thursday night, again at Swea City, at the nolds park, Friday night. Bronleewes to Y. P. Convention— L 1 '!; 6 ?"?! 1 "' 1 slw^e?VrTday "after- andl 1 '" 1 '" 0 '" u ''ecital late in August. Key- Showers for Hride-to-Be— I Valeria Pickett was honoree at Mrs. A.' L. left Monday to attend a young j at four peoples assembly at Iowa Falls.' won b\ Mr. Bronleewe is to be the speake-' this week Wednesday night. Tisitor Travels V Harry Chambers Hew llijul buque to join his family over the week-end. Mrs. Chambers and the _ • *-• » * tj i Q Mrs. W. P. Frencti prizes were and sick. ar Sorority last Gfrls at Lake— h»irt ta S ^ ma Phi sorority held a picnic at Clear Lake evening (Wednesday) instead of last week Wednesday ^ ha been planned. Buena Ranfy is president of the- organization ricnlc nt the Park— i ?!f m f°, y ^ Ne^hbors had a pic- and bridge party Tuesday a f- Air— flew froai ._, ..^. u . %_. 4 itii.i 4 u C i 5 tlUU I lie children are guests at Editor R. S. and with other rela- Sperbeck'g tives. Ellis Speaks at Church — Verne S. Ellis, Denver, one of the early residents of Swea City, was guest speaker at the Baptist church. Sunday evening. ftther Swea City. Verne Wilson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Reckemeyer, Oelwein, visited at Fred Miehe's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Reckemeyer is a niece of Mr. Miehe, being a daueh- ter of August Miehe, formerly "of Swea City. Virginia Molan left Sunday for Triumph, Minn., for an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. Hikkie Abbas. Orville Molan is also at the Abbas home, helping with the farm work. The Rev. Mr. H. E. Harvey, Mrs. Harvey, J. Iva Moats, and Aletlia • tate Call Mrs. Muckey, ner with the grouu. Mis Picke was presented with, gffi ' Ckett Raymond Reid and Mrs. -"••• *"«-HlU -LVtJlt henry Johannson Jr. ,„, h U ^ a misc eHaneous this afternoon enter- There will be 16 guests, and th Woman Entertnlns- E. Woodward and and t-of- H . --. — ^--juiio, ffuinboldt " her mother, Mrs. William '"'gilt, Danville, 111.; and Mr? Ethel brwge - returning after the evening ses ,sion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kessler were callers at the Finn home at Gerled Sunday afternoon. Several Swea City young people attended church services eca Sunday evening. Small Colleges are Hit by Tax Schemes Dr. Jos. H. Edge sends down a copy of the Mitchell, S. D., Gazette carrying an editorial (which he •marked) on the effect of federal taxing policies on the financial particularly fiinpri qm,rf\'"' "'••"•• 1SUU ei >ter- t.unea Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kranfl were married June 29 and re ed a week ago from a three weeks honeymoon at Yellowstone Park ^'"^"^M^Krapniathe Sen- former Marcef He^e^'DyeVsville 6 Gues ts were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton. Mr. Rrapfl showed fs Pictures taken on the trip. Messrs Iffou. Krapfl, aud Barton are em- Ployed at the Kent garage. nic ternoon at the 'Ambrose' A shelter house. „- „ -won high, and Harvey Coleman was low Country Club Dan C e~Dated- A Country club dance ha s been the clubhouse a week August 8, when Cec his orchestra will fur- music. Presbyterian Ten Today-™" Presbyterian missionary so ° """"" - - - Mrs 5 .. w uul , v jn^ut, uj helped out with concerts. Saturday evening some of the Goldfleld Players returned compliments by assisting in a local concert. Good Will CIlib Meets— Mi-s.^ Laubenthal and Mrs. Clar- >stesses to the Thursday after-- is not taking up any special work during the warm weather. Will club noon. The olub Other In Verne. The Arthur Rlleys ei the Edw. Hammonds and vin Kellys Swea City, Sunday. Maxine Perkins, Corwith, is visit- hig her aunt, Mrs. H. H. Lichly. The Rev. E. R. Walters spent Tuesday with hfe mother and brothers at Boxholm. Carmen Wermersen returned Saturday from an extended visit at her sister Mrs. Wayne Do-nberg- er s, Sioux Falls, and Peggy Dornberger came with her for a visit Henry Blum'er, Knapp, WIs ,' is •isitmg the Paul Blumors. The men are brothers. The Harry Christensens attended a.family reunion at West Bend •unday. Harvesting has been finished^! and threshing begun. Farmers | who have combines are using i them. The oats are not yielding | the extremely hot weather a few weeks ago. Mrs. Agatha Hansen will be hostess to the Aid next week Thursday, Mrs. Mario Chris'tenKon | assisting. i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Howard Sparks, and the Dlmond daughter Caroline came home with her parents, after a visit there there since last week Wednesday. Win. J. Mantlnek has had a horse sick with sleeping sickness since Friday. Doctor Ball, Titonka was called. A Miss Seaberg, of North Dakota, is a guest at her brother George Seaberg'a. The Seabergs moved here from North Daknta March ]. NOW GOING FULL Our Second Junior Twofo Mr. and Mrs. William J. Martinek, A. J. Martinek, the Intter'a daughter Aline were business vis- Thursday MaSOU CUy laSt WeCk entertained ,, Glad ys Paetz spent Sunday with,' d the Mar- ? er /Brents. She is employed in a harrtwr "-° "*—- • - - CHISCHILLES STOEE Sale Positively Ends Sat. Night July Every Summer Coat, Suit, and Silk and Cotton D re88 sold • Nothing reserved • Entire stock of parel sacrificed. Buy One Garment and Get Another AH sizes, all colors, all styles—your unrestricted choi every summer garment in the store. Don't miss it. sumrrier 'ce o MARKETS ~ — a " * ***e» «• CGJl L. O. Willson's, 9 a . m. till m. A I5c lunch is served. Other S.ociety. The C. S. D. W. knitting met for one o'clock ' rln luncheon Monday. Two tables wer e lub' guest. Smith was a th o'/.i »f"T "'"" i"cc>uay at a one o clock luncheon, and club guests were Mesdames W. C. Irelan Roy Bjustrom, and Max 0. Airs "is. Mrs. Mille Cresco Four-II Girls "irwt Hs^ve^hu^r" S cTub met U,"- Clty^d *%£$.££„£ last week Ihursday at Stella MSP She utto^a^ tho «,.L ".__._ ' . s, nine members and the , leader in attendance. given on how to "• l *"»- JiUUlVUU iugs, courtesy in shopping and in ^ ra ^,.f" d ° n . the «8Mng laws, bv support of colleges, small colleges such as Dakota Wesleyan at Mitchell, of which Doctor Edge is president. One of the first things Doctor Edge had to lake up was donations in aid of j lively. the institution, arid he learned that'cussed, and it getting contributions for educa-jthat the girls tional purposes is now a much: annual health examination; more difficult task than formerly,' examinations because state and federal taxes are reducing the surpluses which wealthy meu able to give. Talks were hooked Mae respec- Eleanor Jenkins and Lucille -alhoun spent several days last T eek at Bes Moines, gnests of largaret Ditsworth, student at the \merican Institute of Business. Mrs. Dick Kain spent last week "rl J. f F. BT ac r entS ' Mr " aUd George Anne Geigel came home unday, after several days at She attended the first .,uu lujel school session at Buena Visfa college, Storm Lake. John Erpelding has finished his threshing run at St. Joe and has brought the machine aome for his own threshing. HOGS est tight butch., 140-160 ?8 00-8 o< est ight butch., 160-1SO $S.50-S7o est light butch., I80i320-'f9'.15--925 est light butch., 220-250 _ Sfl'oi ^•Ted. hvy., 250-270 _ ' Med. hvy., 270-290, _ ~ Med. hvy., 290-325 1 Butchers, 325-350 Butchers, 350-400 —.""'__ Packing sows, 275:~350^ __$TOO-7'25 Packing sows, 350-400 Sfi'75 Packing sows, 400-500 II?6:K CATTLE Caners and cutters; ¥3'.00-3'75 Veal caves $5.00-7.00 Stock steers J6-.BO-ff.50 Fat yearlings ?T 00-8 00 Fat steers ?9.oVlO.'oO F£t cows - i -,i.$4-.00-5.00 Bulls f4;50-5.!>0 Fat cows _____ , mO-5-.OO- No. 2 mixed corn __. , 0 No. 2 white corn- ~2~~_~ .„„. . 2 yellow corn "440 . 4 yellow com' (new)i ~36'c- No. 2 white oats (old)> __II~~I~i8c . 2 white oats,.new "i 6o No. 2 rye (new) ~~~~35c EGGS Hennerys - Steele's 3rd Annual SHIRT WILSON BROS. V shaped SHIRTS Thursday - Friday - Saturda^ Cash cream— Io. l To. 2 POUETBY pringers, over 5 Ibs. _ IR C pringers, 4 to- 5" ~~_ " 15c pringers, um5er 4 Ibs. ~~l3c eghoru spriners — II is c over 6' Ibs. I 14e under 4' Ibs. i 0c eghorn hens _ iflc ocks, under 4% Ibs. cc ocks, over 4% Ibs. . a c eese, live IllHII'ec fens, 4< to ff ffis. 12c ucks, live soo had previously been Altaian's Granddaughter Esther Hedrick, twin of I City, was married Jul'y 19 to Ab Lee, Forest City. She had bee working in a cafe at Mason City year. Her twin sister, also mai ned, lives in Minnesota. T'IO who, with their parents, former! lived here, are granddaughters j-eteiujj' mi-lieu inventor ana in- Mrs. William Dehnert. Mr. an stalled a home made air-condition- \™}' s - Lee are living at the Fores er in the Mullins feed and seed| f<it >' hotel. Mr. Lee works at store. He used a 20-inch fan that j Produce plant in that town, had previously been used to force ~~ hot air through drying seed corn. Here's Scheme for Air-Conditioning Corwith, July 5—John Mullins recently turned inventor and in- . . . for It was re-installed in the base-! , ''; Vl youns *• ' c - ment and now forces cool through registers similar to what are used with a furnace. It is reported that the system is doing a fine job of cooling. When one steps from the hot street into the building it is like going from stifling summer weather back into the cool spring. Fenton Girls' Club Has Health 'Exams' _ Girl- daughter of Di a..u im-a. i,. u. O'Toole, Le Mars is visiting her cousin Joan th daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Kar Hoffman here. Joan gave a smal party yesterday afternoon in hon Fenton, July 26—Fenton Forwards 4-H club members had health examinations last week Monday at Doctor Mueller's here, with the following scores: Faith Finnestad, 99.76; Dorothy Dreyer, 99.69; Dorothy Mueller, 99.34; Betty Ann Meyer, 98.94; Mary Ann Bohn, 98.80; Marjorie Jane Johnson, 98.60; Eunice Johnson, Shirley Prank, 97.79; Iren Krause, 97.30 ;Betty Jean Schwartz 96.75. Lavonne Newel, Phyllis an Pauline Frank, Kathryn Ohm, oth er members, will be examine later. * New Store August 1. Fixtures for the new S. & L department store have been ar- in the last week, and or of her guest, and guests wer Arlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Leo Spilles, n little girl who wa visiting Arlene, Jean Loss, an Sue Hutchison. Karly Risers fo Fort Dodge— The Early Risers club met Sunday for 8 oclock fish breakfast a Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe's, For Dodge. The Hoppes, former Algo- mans, are still members of the club, and four new members join- Cleve Fre it , was reported yesterday that the store might open on August 1. Some of the management person- pel were expected here last night. • —• --— ~uu> -4C»f lilCJUKJC ed Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. p Te i Parks. There is now a total of IS members. All ^vere at Fort Dodge. Surprise Part}} Honors Birthday- Mrs. Fred Corey was honoree at a surprise birthday party last J 66 ! J U n Ur n? ay x evenin S at Mrs M. J McCall's, Mrs. L. C. Hanson assisting hostess. Contract was played at two tables, Mrs E J Hough winning Mgh. .Light refreshments were served, and the hoaoree received many gifts. Late Breakfast at Church— The Methodist missionary society had a breakfast this morning at 9 o'clock at the church. Mrs. C. 1. Clements was chairman of the oods committee. The program onslsted of musical numbers, aud August Fur Coat Sale MONDAY & TUESDAY AUGUST 1 & 2 Marshall aiiA Swift furs real- speak for themselves . . . most popular pelts, finest workmanship, a u t h e u t ic (Styles, and every coat guar- '.auteed. SjYoii will save 10% to 25% ,|on this sale ... It's the one you have been waiting for. honest values offered from a house that truly gives you service. Mr. Woolworth will be with us tp assist you in making a selection. _Free storage until coat is wanted. Small pay.' ment will hold your coat and pay-ment plan may; be arranged according to your earnings. You are cordially invited to visit our store on the Above iK^r?^ see these wonderful FOBS that can be pur- The ELITE SHOP WHITES CHECKS MADRAS PLAIDS c^r^^^ STRIPES Reason for this Sale entirely new keep our ing house- u* out in to sell -.,.,„ we can show you of shirts in the fall. We aim to all times. We are simply "cleanly low prices that will clean _ - — •»» %*•* CC U«4 Vft ^l«*ul. 1_ • . 1 * for this sale T£* u' 7 U have n< * *> een shipped "> fj^*u:__ f le '.* n « shirts are all from our regular stock- or laid aside, nor will e Nothing h* 8 ' been reserve oray them returns during **"' *** appr ° VaU

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